USB Credit Cards – Back to the Future

Illustrating the rising popularity of the USB Credit Card the News of the World announced this week-end that they have teamed up with Universal Home Entertainment to make available a very special USB Credit Card that celebrates the launch of the 25th anniversary re-release of the Back to the Future film trilogy.

The Back to the Future USB card looks fantastic and if you’re quick enough you can pick one up for free from the

Back to the Future USB Card

Captain Cash web site – you have to send in an application with a pre-addressed envelope and stamps to the value of 50p to cover the postage but that all.

Even if you’re not a fan of the Back to the Future films (and shame on you if you’re not because they are fantastic family entertainment) then at 50p the USB credit card is well worth getting. We’re not sure how many they are giving away but it’s unlikely to be that many and as such they’re sure to become a collectors item.

If you’ve got your own promotional campaign coming up then you might want to consider USB Credit Cards to help get your message across and generate some interest. The beauty of the USB credit card is that unlike traditional USB flash drives you can print full colour on the whole surface area of the card (both sides) so they’re brilliant for projects like the Back to the Future initiative.

With a USB credit card (to be fair just as you can with any USB flash drive) you can also pre-load the card with media files, images, data etc. On the Back to the Future version they have included a sneak preview of the boxed set and some extra goodies you can load onto your PC.

Surprisingly the USB credit cards aren’t that much more expensive than regular USB sticks and with the growth in their popularity the prices are falling all the time. There are several different models available including a very stylish metal version and they come in memory sizes ranging from 512MB to 8GB.

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